Force as result?

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amnteno1 posted this 04 April 2019

Hello,

maybe a simple question; I as a Ansys beginner was curios about: Under solution in a static - structural modell, I can get e.g deformations or various types of stresses. In other words: I can tell Ansys the forces, supports, displacements,... of my problem and Ansys calculates e.g.  the deformation for me. My question is: Could it also work the other way around? E.g. I tell Ansys, that for a beam I want to get a certain deformation of my beam at position xy and I ask Ansys "What load has to be applied on a certain edge or surface to get such a deformation at this specific point?"

 

Or, as an alternative: When I have two bodies in contact and I give a displacement on a surface on one of the bodies, there will be a deformation and an equilibrium state in static structural, where the sum of forces is 0. Can I extract somewhere the force, that body A exerts on body B?

Regards,

Stephan

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jj77 posted this 04 April 2019

One can look ta reactions at supports or at contacts say between bodies. The force reaction probe is the tool https://www.simutechgroup.com/tips-and-tricks/fea-articles/163-fea-tips-tricks-ansys-contact-harmonic-analysis

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Martinp5 posted this 13 April 2019

Yes cant be the reverse of stating a deformation, which Load will be necessary, is the same but, you can only do applying Loads.

And respect 2nd question, I think yes, but I dont know how work  with 2 bodies.

 

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